How to set up Microsoft Outlook 2007

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I am using Microsoft Outlook 2007 in the office. My Boss is always sending me an email even I am not in the office or it is our closing time.

He asked me to check my email from time to time even I am at home already so that if there is a rush work we can finish it on time. Is it possible to access my account in the office to my Outlook in the house? If yes, how to set up my Outlook in the office to my Outlook at home?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #97175

How to set up Microsoft Outlook 2007

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I exchange for Internet, select to tune in to my Exchange mailbox using HTTP.

Click in configuration of proxy of Exchange.

In configuration of connection, in the use this direction(leadership) URL to tune in to the servant proxy for the change box, he(she) writes the direction(leadership) URL provided by the manager of the servant of Exchange.

In configuration of connection, in the Main name in servant's picture proxy, he(she) writes the main name provided by the manager of the servant of Exchange.

In configuration of the authentication of the Proxy, in the use, on having tuned in to the servant proxy for list of Exchange, this authentication selects the method of authentication provided by the manager of the servant of Exchange.

Now you can initiate meeting(session) using its Exchange server account from house.

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How to set up Microsoft Outlook 2007

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Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 allows you to send and receive email messages. This software is widely used and preferred by most users to access their email. In this case, your boss wants you to check email even you are away from your workstation. This can be obtainable but there are certain steps that need to be done and settings need to be activated.

Office/work's Outlook 2007:

  • Go to Tools, Account Settings.
  • Highlight the account name and click Change button.
  • Look for More Settings button in the lower right.
  • Click on the Advanced tab.
  • Look for Delivery and check the box on the following:

    • Put a check on Leave a copy of Messages on the Server.
    • Remove from server after [indicate the number of days you want email to be saved].
    • Remove from server when deleted from 'Deleted Items'.

These steps will let you leave or keep a copy of messages sent to your account. In this way, you can still download a copy of the messages at home or whenever you have a computer.

At home's Outlook 2007:

  • Go to Tools, Account Settings.
  • Click on New and select Pop3, IMAP, or HTTP.
  • Tick next and fill-up all account details.
  • Type your Name, Email address and password.
  • Check the box on Manually configure server settings or additional server types.
  • Click Next and choose Internet Email then Next.
  • Type the incoming used by your work's email server.
  • Contact your ISP and ask for outgoing email server.
  • Go to More Settings then Advanced tab.
  • Check the box on Delivery, Leave a copy of Messages on server.
  • Click OK and Apply.

This is it, these are the settings need to be activated at work and at home. It'll allow you to access email both at home and at work using synchronized email access on Outlook 2007.

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